Road & Bridge

Road Maintenance Update for July 16-19

Crews will be doing a gravel project on County Road 5 from Ridgway Town limits to County Road 24. Crews will be removing flood debris and repairing County Road 361. Imogene Pass is OPEN on both the Ouray and Telluride sides.
Beginning on May 14th and continuing through July, crews will be doing a retaining wall project on County Road 361 at Senator Gulch (approximately 3.5 miles up from the intersection of County Road 361 and Hwy 550). One lane traffic is expected. Expect short delays.
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Subject to change due to weather and emergencies***
High Country / 4x4 Road Opening Priority Update
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Responsibilities


The Ouray County Road and Bridge Department is responsible for constructing, maintaining, and snow plowing roads in Ouray County. Crews maintain over 300 miles of diverse roadways in the County, from 4WD roads in the southern end of the County to highly-traveled dirt and gravel roads on Log Hill Mesa. 

The Road and Bridge Department works closely with the Road Committee, a citizen advisory committee to the Board of County Commissioners. The Road Committee holds public meetings; members of the public are encouraged to attend. 

The Road and Bridge Superintendent presents monthly reports to the Board of County Commissioners. 
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